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CVSC faculty, non-teaching staff let loose in CSC celebration
Posted by on October 13, 2017 8:30 am
Setting aside their daily responsibilities and academic duties, members of the Compostela Valley State College faculty and staff took part in various novel events which dotted the culmination of the 117th Civil Service Anniversary held the main campus, Compostela, Compostela Valley last October 2, 2017.
Commission on Higher Education Regional Office XI Director Dr. Raul C. Alvarez Jr. graced the event and stressed the impactful role of government employees in the continuing progress of the nation, which is especially true for those serving in the academe and dealing with the youth.
After the formalities, five teams, wearing their colors (peach for main campus faculty, yellow for main campus non-teaching personnel, green for New Bataan, blue for Maragusan, and red for Montevista), locked horns in the different ball games.
The gritty team from New Bataan lorded over both the basketball and volleyball events while the peach-colored faculty members of the main campus emerged victorious in the banner raising.
A sumptuous meal, budol-budol style, then served as the needed break from the tension of the sports events as all the participants, led by College President Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera and CHED XI Dir. Alvarez, chowed down on the food laid down on banana leaves as one big family.
Meanwhile, before the highlight of the event, boisterous laughter and loud cheers echoed within the CVSC grounds as two stand-up comedians, Tekla Curtis and Vice Ganda Kalokalike, entertained the participants with their witty jokes and comical exploits.
As the festivities crept deeper into the night, the highlight of the celebration took center stage.
All five teams grooved to the tune of VST and company songs, showing off the oftentimes hidden dance moves of the CVSC working force. Each group also showcased their talent in the CVSC Got Talent competition.
Faculty members of the main campus and the New Bataan delegation split the awards as the former took home the crown in the dance tilt while the latter won the CVSC Got Talent.
Finally, the event which drew the most animated applauses was the Search for Mr. and Ms. CVSC Switch where male employees wore gowns and stiletto sandals while their counterparts were clad in tuxedo suits.
As a whole, the event achieved its primary goal – to provide the employees from all four campuses of the College to have some fun and let loose, even just for a day.